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Ear Infection

Also called: Otitis

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Your child have had a spontaneous rupture of the eardrum -- nature's way of dealing with the pressure and/or infection. Some ruptures are tiny...
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Hi I get swimmers ear each year, I just use a good soft gel ear plugs, and use olive oil in my ears, it works for me.Good Luck
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Hi Then get back to your dentist and ask for stronger ones, but as its Saturday it could be the ER would be your best bet.But these swelling could be...
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Your ear buds may be irritating your ears. It sounds like they are too big for your ears. I had this problem growing up from my hearing aids. The...
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Otorrhea (fluid leaking from the ear) is most likely from a ruptured eardrum (not as serious as it sounds), but of course, this is just a guess...
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You should consult the medical provider who examined you....the one who knows that TYPE of ear infection you have (I am guessing a "middle"...
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Hi Do you think there is a golden rule that over say 5 year olds don't get an ear ache, I was still having them at 21, If its a middle ear...
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Hi Amanda, Have you ever had an ear tube, if these ear infections are middle ear, and you have never had an ear tube, perhaps it could now be the...
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Otitis media is a MIDDLE EAR INFECTION, usually treated with oral antibiotics, not "drops". A loud ringing could be tinnitus, often caused...
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Hi I can understand the no food, but not drinking?, we all need fluids, it keeps us alive, But the vet would be the best thing ASAP.Good Luck
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If I were you I'd get my ear examined by an ENT specialist. I had a problem in my ear in the past and visited a general physician who cleaned my...
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Hi If this was not a vets advice? then you should not be given human drugs to your dog unless you were advised to, by a vet.Get your dog to a vet...
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No, I am sorry, but mineral oil will not be an effective treatment for an ear infection.
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Your question is a bit vague.  First, it depends on the TYPE of ear infection (there are many different kinds). If the breast-feeding...
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Well the Scientific name of a fungal ear infection is (Otomycosis), which is most common in warm climates and usually contracted by those...
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